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Follow the adventures of a cheeky little red fox in the Appalachian Mountains as she struggles to find her purpose in life. Little Fox cavorts her way through a perilous quest with guile, wisdom, and a heart as big as a thousand-year moon. Experience her world of nature during the latter part of the Pleistocene time period, fourteen thousand years ago; and imagine what it might have been like to be one of the first Native Americans, known as the First Peoples. Each of Little Fox's encounters reveals some aspect of Native American beliefs from the time when animals and plants talked and assisted one another and animals could become human. This story illustrates how tradition, myth, and faith can coexist. 

Glossary with Cherokee Dialect Included

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All of us begin life with a heart for nature. We are awed by it. Lynn Mayberry's book, The Spirit Quest of Little Fox, provides a glimpse of how nature was designed to work. It includes tales of how we can love and learn from nature ...

Carlton N. Owen - President and CEO U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities.


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